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. northbound one, operation control the border between u.s. and mexico, that was never really defined. one definition said the whole border had to be under government surveillance. that is true, it is 100% monitored. another definition says we need to be able to quickly respond to any activity, any activity on the border. we're up 57%, up from 1 first in 2007. but experts believe it is just unbelievably impossible. provision number two, staff enhancements for border patrol to 20,000 full-time agents, check, there are currently 24,000. number three, strong barriers which include at least 7,000 physical barriers, plus 105 radar and camera towers and at least four unmanned vehicles to monitor the border. we currently have the amount that covers the area from texas to california. customs and border protection is nearly 300 in operation. and there are currently five, one more than four, patrolling the border. pretty good on that, number four, catch and return, as opposed to catch and release. in other words, every person caught crossing the border would be detained. it is also called ice, the e
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